Author: gflores@santa-ana.org

Ward 3 Newsletter: November 2023

November 2023 Hello Ward 3 neighbors, As we step into the pages of November, a new chapter unfolds in Ward 3 and our vibrant city. In this newsletter, we embark on a journey to share the latest happenings, upcoming events, and the remarkable initiatives championed by our community and office. While we cannot capture every … Continued

Mayor’s newsletter: September 2023

Sign up for my newsletter Official newsletter of Santa Ana Mayor Valerie Amezcua. Keeping the community informed about local events, City news, and resources. Dear neighbors, Although the weather remains very sunny, fall is almost upon us, and the City of Santa Ana has many exciting community events for you, including Fiesta Patrias, the Moon … Continued

Main Library patio to become community and event space

The Main Library is undergoing a major transformation to preserve and enhance library facilities and services for the entire community. Over the next two years, the Main Library will be reimagined with a new interactive children’s learning area, modern building mechanicals, a complete restoration of its Italian marble façade, and a return to the building’s … Continued

Street closures and permitted events for August 24 – 30, 2023

Here are the locations of upcoming permitted events and road closures so you can plan accordingly. Please drive slowly and safely in construction zones and around crowded events. Saturday, August 26 East End Promenade Event hours: 12-6 p.m.  Plaza Calle Cuatro Event hours: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Event hours: 6-10 p.m. Madison Park Event … Continued

Public Works Agency assists residents, cleans up after Tropical Storm Hilary

The City of Santa Ana Public Works team stayed busy during Tropical Storm Hilary’s passing over Southern California this weekend. From Friday through the weekend, up to 40 City employees and contractors responded by assisting over 1,100 Santa Ana households, distributing 11,000 sandbags and over 200 tons of sand.  The City received over 70 reports … Continued

Santa Ana launches Rental Registry for landlords

Landlords are required to register rental units pursuant to the Rent Stabilization and Just Cause Eviction Ordinance. Effective November 18, 2022, the City of Santa Ana enacted the Rent Stabilization and Just Cause Eviction Ordinance (“Ordinance”) to regulate rent increases and evictions for certain rental properties and mobilehome spaces. Under the Ordinance, the City must … Continued

Aug. 15 Public Hearing on vacation of alley canceled

The Public Hearing considering the vacation of the alley adjacent to 2383 N. Flower St. scheduled for the August 15, 2023, City Council meeting has been cancelled. The cancellation provides the City the opportunity to address additional concerns introduced by the public. This public hearing will be re-noticed and heard at a later date. No … Continued

Street closures and permitted events for August 3 – 9, 2023

Here are the locations of upcoming permitted events and road closures so you can plan accordingly. Please drive slowly and safely in construction zones and around crowded events. Thursday, August 3 Jerome Park Concerts in the Park: Suave – Event hours: 5:30 – 8 p.m. Lane reductions at Bristol St. and Segerstrom Ave. intersection for … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for July 28, 2023

In this edition of the City Manager’s newsletter, read about our police recruiting efforts, our first all-electric trash truck, how housing staff respond to the community, events happening throughout Santa Ana, and more! Subscribe to COSAS Spotlight Photo Concert in the Park at Rosita Park Photo Credit: Hiram U. To submit your own original photo … Continued

Street closures and permitted events for July 27 – August 2, 2023

Here are the locations of upcoming permitted events and road closures so you can plan accordingly. Please drive slowly and safely in construction zones and around crowded events. Friday, July 28 Santa Ana Zoo Brew at the Zoo – Event hours: 4 – 8 p.m. El Salvador Park Event hours: 7 – 10 p.m. Intersection … Continued

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